1. Daisy Birthing Active Antenatal Classes

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Class Description

A weekly antenatal class for expectant mums to help you enjoy pregnancy, stay mobile, learn about your changing baby and body and prepare for a confident birth.

When it comes to the early (or in fact any) stage of pregnancy, any number of emotions can overwhelm us: excitement, fear, anxiety, delight, uncertainty, confusion – and these may well be ever changing! Daisy Birthing helps expectant mums enjoy a positive pregnancy and prepare for a confident birth. The first step of your continuous perinatal support takes the best elements of pregnancy yoga, active birth and hypnobirthing and wraps all of these together in a powerful class that allows you the confidence that comes from realising you can do this.

Daisy Birthing classes are for expectant mums only, are suitable to attend from 14 weeks pregnant right up until baby’s birth, and are adapted to suit all pregnancy related conditions and birth plans with ease.

Classes are booked in blocks of 6 weeks at a time but are designed to carry you through from early pregnancy right up until your baby’s birthing day. Each class is 1 hour 30 mins long and costs £72 for the 6 weeks (Courses planned to be fully online are reduced to £60 as venue overheads are reduced)

Additional information

6 week term starting

Tuesday 27th July, 6pm, Tuesday 7th September, 6pm

1. Daisy Birthing Active Antenatal Classes


We are currently scheduling your local classes with the expectation of them running in person, in small groups to allow us to follow the Government coronavirus guidance on exercise and movement based groups such as social distancing following the expected changes in May.

This means groups will be capped at 6 places to allow for 2m+ physical distancing.

If there is a short delay to the next step of easing restrictions, your course may start online (using Zoom) and move to in person sessions once permitted.

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